Norway Chess: Levon Aronian didn't give Shakhriyar Mamedyarov a chance to win

22:02   6 June, 2019

During the classic match in the third round of Norway Chess, with his black figures, top Armenian chess player Levon Aronian didn’t give the already former sole leader, Azerbaijani chess player Shakhriyar Mamedyarov a chance to win.

The Armenian chessmaster won with 31 steps and was on top of the chess table with 4 points. Mamedyarov is behind by half a point.

During the fourth round to be held on June 8, Levon Aronian will compete with French chess player Maxime Vachier-Lagrave with white figures.

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